Welcome to New York City’s world-class cruise ship terminals in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

NYCruise is home to the world’s most spectacular – often fastest, biggest, and most luxurious – cruise ships. Itineraries include Bermuda, Canada New England, Europe, the Caribbean, and world cruises. Each terminal is easily accessible from all NYC airports and from the area’s major roadways.

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NYCruise brings the most spectacular passenger ships. Itineraries include Bermuda, Canada, New England, Europe, the Caribbean, and world cruises.

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Manhattan Cruise Terminal Directions

Find directions to the Manhattan Cruise terminal, located on the Hudson River on Manhattan’s west side.

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Brooklyn Cruise Terminal Directions

Find directions to the Brooklyn Cruise terminal, located on the Upper Bay in the Red Hook area of Brooklyn.

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Download the NYCruise Brochure

The brochure includes 2013 statistics, contact information for both cruise terminals, and other general information.

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NYCruise Events

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News & Updates

Read about the great things that are happening at NYCruise.

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Save a Boatload on Parking


Download and print our coupon and get 25% off parking for Norwegian Gem cruises leaving from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal only. Coupon must be presented at time of payment.

Queen Mary 2’s 200th Transatlantic Crossing


On July 6, 2013, Queen Mary 2 set sail from New York to Southampton, England, on her historic 200th Transatlantic Crossing. The ship was built in France and launched in.. read more

Mayor Bloomberg Announces New York City Cruise Industry Generated a Total Economic Impact of Nearly $200 Million in 2012


New York City’s cruise industry generated a total economic impact of nearly $200 million in 2012.